anyone can help me how i gonna overclock my Creative 3D Blaster 16MB AGP card?...
That's quite easy.
You should have gotten the program with your card.
It's blastercontrol or something. (can be found from settings/control panel/display..)
Just change the 'Hardware Acceleration' from 100MHz to.. let's say to 105MHz.Reboot.That's it.
I suggest you to go easy.. even 5MHz can make a lot of difference (depends on the CPU speed..)
[This message has been edited by AndyO (edited 03-30-99).]
I currently run the same card in my personal system. Load Creative's lastest driver set (get it from www.soundblaster.com). There is an option under your display properties advanced tab on the settings window that will allow changing of your cards mhz. (It's under advanced in the blaster control panel section.) If you have no extra cooling on the card, you'll probably only get about 110 out of it. Best bet, goto Radio Shack and purchase their little 486 cooling fan for $5. The screws will line right up with the banshee heatsink. With it, I run at 120 mhz with no problems. If you use 3dfx's reference drivers, then you should get 3dControl or PowerStrip to alter the settings.
thanks for that info,but when i reboot my PC the setting change to normal(100 mhz)...what's wrong?
Certain revisions of the Banshee core will only clock up to a set speed. The drivers realize this, and any o/c'ing will set it back to default levels. Try to o/c it to a lower level, such as 110 or so. Also make sure you have the latest drivers.
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